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At 3CEA we are committed to supporting every energy user in using energy more efficiently, monitoring energy use and towards a greater choice of renewable energy sources.

Every energy user – that’s you and me!

To welcome County Wexford into the fold we are undergoing a name, brand and website revamp – please forgive our appearance until then. Exciting times ahead.

About Us

We are a non-profit, independent energy agency working primarily in Carlow, Kilkenny and Wexford. We have a voluntary Board of Directors drawn from the private, public and community sectors.

As an independent agency our job is to help you reach your energy goals. It is not to sell you a product.

Meet Our Team of specialist engineers and support staff.

Our Services

Through energy auditing we identify energy saving opportunities. We measure, monitor and verify energy use. Our team has expertise in the development of innovative approaches to designing, financing and commissioning of renewable and/or local energy generation.

Please note that at this time we do not offer Domestic or Non Domestic BER services, however if you contact us we can put you in touch with those who do.

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Our Projects

This year we celebrate 15 years in existence and in that time we have supported many projects which are continuing to give back to the communities of which they are part. We will be adding information on these projects as we begin to rebuild our website.

European Projects

Our News & Blog

3CEA helped generate renewable energy on O’Shea Farms by delivering on a targeted energy saving project – O’Shea Farms are now providing Aldi with €70 million worth of Irish-grown potatoes.

O’Shea Farms is a family run business, they supply fresh vegetable produce to supermarkets across the country resulting in a year round electricity demand for refrigerated cold storage and grading equipment at their site. O’Shea Farms engaged with 3CEA back in 2015 to develop the renewable energy project at their site and installed the largest Solar …

ReDirect Ireland – Opportunity to learn about a Welsh Community. Trust approach to resource efficiency on farms.

The ReDirect Ireland project would like to invite you to our online meeting this Thursday 21st June from 11 – 12.  This is an opportunity to hear the details of a ReDirect Partner approach.  In Wales a community trust called ‘Cwm Harry’ are taking existing residual biomass, putting it through the ‘IFBB’ process, followed by …